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August-16-2018
The Italian job
As Hong Kong's answer to the enduring James Bond franchise, the third Raiders movie sees Tony Leung Chiu-wai team up with Kris Wu for a new mission.
August-16-2018
Zhang Yimou to receive top honor
Celebrated Chinese director Zhang Yimou will receive the Jaeger-LeCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker award at this year's Venice Film Festival, organizers announced recently.
August-15-2018
Fantasy comedy about annoying brother set for release
The protagonist in the upcoming fantasy comedy Go Brother! makes a wish for him to disappear. And it comes true.
August-15-2018
Movie preserves unforgotten history of 'comfort women'
A movie based on the experiences of three former "comfort women" during World War II has returned to the silver screen across China on Tuesday.
August-15-2018
Prince of fantasy
An animated series adapted from Ma Boyong's popular novel, Beyond the Ocean, is set to capture the imagination of a new generation of fans.
August-14-2018
Chinese forum to screen 42 films by talented young directors
​Forty-two films will be screened this year at an annual forum celebrating young directors who make Chinese-language films, the event's main organizer said Tuesday.
August-14-2018
Disney reveals first look at live-action remake 'Mulan'
Walt Disney Studios announced it has started production of its much-anticipated live-action remake of 1998 classic animation feature "Mulan" on Monday.
August-14-2018
Hollywood actors are shifting their star power to China
Some of the biggest names in Hollywood, like Academy Award winner Michael Douglas, are heading east to star in Chinese films, a move that has a lot to do with business.
August-13-2018
Director records the last Chongqing stickmen
An indie documentary film on stickmen known as "Bang Bang" will hit Chinese screens this weekend, the director wanting to use it to reflect the times and social progress, and say farewell to a dying profession.
August-13-2018
'The Meg' tops North American box office

An American-Chinese co-production, The Meg, dominated North American box office with an estimated $44.5 million in its opening weekend, well surpassing all expectations.

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